Unicorn Plan-It #106: Maybe Not Yet (Season Finale!)

It seems like just yesterday that the beautiful ladies of Unicorn Plan-It first galloped into your life. But it wasn’t yesterday it was like, six months ago. Now it’s time to say goodbye (temporarily)! Luckily everyone still looks really nice and everyone has nice hair and is super funny. To keep that oh-so-fresh feeling throughout the off-season and encourage the ladies to keep on scissoring, get yerself a t-shirt.

If you’re new here, check out the first five episodes and then settle in for 6 minutes and 26 seconds of OMMMMM!

UNICORN PLAN-IT is a tight little comedy best described as Modern Family meets Kell on Earthmeets “a bunch of hot lesbians in West Hollywood.” Has anyone made a show about that last one?

Three co-workers, one crazy boss and one enlightened fairy-tale-haired spiritual healer face the slings and arrows of everyday life as event planners and ladykillers and homosexuals.

“We refer to everyone as Unicorns, because gay people love them, because they are magical and lovely, and also, they are really just lesbian horses. Obvs. Holler. UNICORN PLAN-IT…Get horny.”

This show is written, directed, produced and edited by Real Lesbian Females who want to make you laugh, make you proud of who you are and generally make your life better in every way. Who are these real lesbian females? Haviland Stillwell (TV/Broadway actressrecording artistvlogstar, voice of Yasmin in THE BRATZ!), Sarah Croce (Actress, Miss AprilGirl TalkFake-Whitney), Ashley Reed (writer, upcoming film HART’S LOCATION, once recorded a song for you), comedian Sherri D. Sutton and Amir Levi.

Are you ready? I don’t think you’re ready JUST KIDDING I totally feel like you’re ready.


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21 Comments

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    LOL if only all our problems could be solved by accidental threesomes, the world would be a happier place

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    can i just say i really want that spray-painted autostraddle posterboard

    and also i hope “Lesbians Can Baby-Make” becomes a title of something. a childrens book, maybe?

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